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On Staten Island, the drug overdose rate is three times higher than the rest of New York City. Now, Staten Island University Hospital is taking this epidemic head on by providing free Narcan (Naloxone ...
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The federal agency says there is little evidence that testosterone boosting drugs taken by millions of American men concerned about aging and “low T” are beneficial. Nachum Katlowitz, MD, director of Urology and Male Infertility at Staten Island University Hospital agrees and disagrees.
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Staten Island University Hospital’s opened the door for patients with claustrophobic MRI fear with its new High-Field Open MRI. This open on all sides device substantially increases image quality and ...
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While a new report states the number of drug overdose deaths went up 41 percent between 2010 and 2013, the same report states that Staten Island's number of opioid overdose deaths fell 32 percent between 2011 and 2013. Dr. Harshal Kirane, director, Addiction Services at Staten Island University Hospital comments.
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Following the death of a local high school student during football practice, doctors at Staten Island University Hospital suspect Sudden Cardiac Death; a silent killer among young athletes. Check out ...
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The federal agency says there is little evidence that testosterone boosting drugs taken by millions of American men concerned about aging and “low T” are beneficial. Nachum Katlowitz, MD, director of ...
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Staten Island University Hospital’s opened the door for patients with claustrophobic MRI fear with its new High-Field Open MRI. This open on all sides device substantially increases image quality and reduces patient stress.
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While a new report states the number of drug overdose deaths went up 41 percent between 2010 and 2013, the same report states that Staten Island's number of opioid overdose deaths fell 32 percent betw ...
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Following the death of a local high school student during football practice, doctors at Staten Island University Hospital suspect Sudden Cardiac Death; a silent killer among young athletes. Check out Fox 5 News’ coverage to learn more about this condition, and how to protect your loved ones.
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On Staten Island, the drug overdose rate is three times higher than the rest of New York City. Now, Staten Island University Hospital is taking this epidemic head on by providing free Narcan (Naloxone ...
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The North Shore-LIJ Health System Mobile Health Van was parked at the South Beach boardwalk offering free blood pressure, bod ...
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The federal agency says there is little evidence that testosterone boosting drugs taken by millions of American men concerned about aging and “low T” are beneficial. Nachum Katlowitz, MD, director of Urology and Male Infertility at Staten Island University Hospital agrees and disagrees.
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As featured in Focus on Health Winter 2014: Lights, Camera, Fracture. In 2007, Maria Diaz left behind Wall Street after the ...
 
 
The Last Word's host, Lawrence O'Donnell comments on the disaster relief response on Staten Island and a call to action.
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This 8mm film goes back to 1956, to the groundbreaking ceremony for an expansion to the 375 Seguine Avenue building.
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